Chinese Books for Pre-Schoolers

Where to buy excellent Chinese books for children in Singapore?

Singapore is 100% blessed with a plethora of lovely Chinese bookstores, and many of our favourite ones have passionate owners who will be able to curate the perfect books for your family too.   As a mother who doesn’t read or speak Chinese, I’m really thankful for the amazing options out there, mainly run by passionate mumsContinue reading “Where to buy excellent Chinese books for children in Singapore?”

Little Brother Mouse Series: Chinese Book Review 可爱的鼠小弟

Name: Little Brother Mouse Series Sets 1 and 2 可爱的鼠小弟Author: Yoshio NakaeNumber of books in set: 22~ Number of pages: around 30 (varies between titles, but only half the pages have text)~ Number of lines per page:  0 – 4~ Total length of the book: ~300 characters per story~ Characters required by child to readContinue reading “Little Brother Mouse Series: Chinese Book Review 可爱的鼠小弟”

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Teaching Chinese literacy in young Children

As parents, we can neither speak nor read Chinese.   But we have systematically and deliberately put small doses of Chinese reading into our daily routines, and made it happen little-by-little….. starting from toddler years.

Here are the books and tools which helped to make it happen, which are best suited to pre-school age readers in a Singapore context.

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